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Boyle - Kaiser Marriage 1903

BOYLE, KAISER

Posted By: Reid R. Johnson (email)
Date: 9/28/2016 at 14:20:24

At the home of H. H. Kaiser, near National yesterday, occurred the marriage of his daughter Nathalie and Milton Boyle. The groom is a son of A. C. Boyle, of McGregor, and a member of the A. C. Boyle firm of contractors. Mr. Boyle and his estimable bride will make their home at Elkader, in one of the Bayless cottages which is being prepared for their reception. We extend congratulations.

Elkader Register, Thur., 23 April 1903

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Yesterday afternoon, April 22nd, occurred the marriage of Nathalia Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kaiser, to Milton Boyle, eldest son of A. C. Boyle and wife, of this city.

The wedding occurred at the home of the bride's parents, at National, Iowa. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Greening, of Monona. The couple were attended by Mr. Homer Boyle and Miss Tillie Kaiser.

Immediately after the ceremony a bountiful wedding repast was served. About seventy-five guests were present and left many beautiful presents as a token of the esteem in which the couple are held and as souvenirs of the happy occasion.

Mr. and Mrs. Boyle left during the evening for McGregor, thence by ferry across the Mississippi to Prairie du Chien where they took the train for a two weeks visit in Chicago and around Niagara Falls.

They will take up their residence in Elkader upon their return, where they will be at home after June 1st.

The groom is a partner in the firm of A. C. Boyle & Co., bridge builders and contractors. He has grown to manhood in McGregor, where he has the esteem and friendship of all as a young man of ability and enterprise.

Elkader Register, Thur., 30 April 1903. From the McGregor, Iowa, 'North Iowa Times', undated. Condensed from a longer article.


 

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